Laura Renstrom



ParkerALUM_40Under40_Logo-white-01.pngLaura Renstrom
BMUS '09, MSM '10, JD Law '13  |  Jacksonville, FL

Holland & Knight
INDUSTRY: Legal Services

Laura Renstrom is an experienced trial attorney in Holland & Knight's Jacksonville office. She concentrates her practice on high-stakes, complex civil litigation, including healthcare and product liability disputes, and class action defense in federal and state courts. Ms. Renstrom’s healthcare litigation experience includes matters involving antitrust issues and coverage disputes, along with actions involving ERISA, reimbursement, and contract issues.

Ms. Renstrom’s product liability experience includes defending negligence, fraud, unfair trade practices, and breach of contract claims. Ms. Renstrom has a substantial depth of class action experience, achieving final approval of a $40 million class action settlement on behalf of plaintiffs, and representing defendants in defeating class certification or obtaining dismissal of claims. Ms. Renstrom excels in managing litigation strategy and successfully navigating complex discovery issues. She regularly assists clients in employing methods to efficiently and effectively meet their electronic discovery obligations.

Beyond her legal practice, Ms. Renstrom is committed to the Jacksonville community. Ms. Renstrom has served as the President of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and as a Vice Chairman for THE PLAYERS Championship. She has served on the Board of the Sanctuary on 8th Street and is a dedicated member of the Chester Bedell Inn of Court. Ms. Renstrom was recently named a Jacksonville “Woman of Influence” and received the Jacksonville Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” honor for her commitment to these efforts. Laura is passionate about community involvement. She is a Vice Chair for THE PLAYERS Championship, one of the largest golf tournaments in the world, where she manages a team of over 2,000 volunteers. She is the President of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. She served as a Board Member with the Sanctuary on 8th Street for five years.